Relationship Between Menstruation Duration and Nutritional Status to the Incidence of Anemia in Adolescent Women in 2021


Authors : Yesi Mustika Sari; Amraini Amelia

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 3 - March

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7783924

Abstract : This study aims to determine wheter there is a relationship between nutritional status and duration of menstruation on the incidence of anemia at State Senior High School 6 Merangin, Nalo Tantan District, Merangin Regency, Jambi Province in 2021. Indepdent variabel (Mentrual duration and nutritional status) and dependent variables (anemia ini adolescent girls) were taken or collected at the same time (Notoatmodjo, 2012). The sample in this study were some of the young women in State Senior High School 6 Merangin Regency, totaling 62 respondents. The sampling technique used is Systematic Random Sampling. Samples were selected based on intervals. Test Analysis using the Spearman correlation test. Based on the table above, the results of statistically significant relationship (p>0,05) between nutritional status and the incidence of anemia. The pvalue based on the above results is 655, which means that there is no correlation between nutritional status and HB levels. There is a relationship between the length of menstruation with the incidence of anemia in adolescent girls. Judging from the results, the p-value is 0,023, which means that the length of menstruation and anemia is correlated. This means that there is no relationship between nutritional status and the incidence of anemia and there is a relationship between the length of menstruation and the incidence of anemia.

Keywords : Nutritional Status, Duration of Menstruation, Correlation.

This study aims to determine wheter there is a relationship between nutritional status and duration of menstruation on the incidence of anemia at State Senior High School 6 Merangin, Nalo Tantan District, Merangin Regency, Jambi Province in 2021. Indepdent variabel (Mentrual duration and nutritional status) and dependent variables (anemia ini adolescent girls) were taken or collected at the same time (Notoatmodjo, 2012). The sample in this study were some of the young women in State Senior High School 6 Merangin Regency, totaling 62 respondents. The sampling technique used is Systematic Random Sampling. Samples were selected based on intervals. Test Analysis using the Spearman correlation test. Based on the table above, the results of statistically significant relationship (p>0,05) between nutritional status and the incidence of anemia. The pvalue based on the above results is 655, which means that there is no correlation between nutritional status and HB levels. There is a relationship between the length of menstruation with the incidence of anemia in adolescent girls. Judging from the results, the p-value is 0,023, which means that the length of menstruation and anemia is correlated. This means that there is no relationship between nutritional status and the incidence of anemia and there is a relationship between the length of menstruation and the incidence of anemia.

Keywords : Nutritional Status, Duration of Menstruation, Correlation.

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